[Icecast] MAster, Relay(s) and Bandwidth
wantom428 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 22:14:05 UTC 2019
Pada tanggal Sel, 12 Mar 2019 21.53 Thomas B. Rücker <thomas at ruecker.fi
> On 3/12/19 12:39 AM, ScanCaster wrote:
> > Due to the some setup needs I have for my audio.. way tangential to
> > this...
> > I just want to confirm what I've read and tried is the correct..
> > When Jane user goes to my audio.server.tld.invalid:8000/Mount (MASTER)
> > Then the MASTER has the user count AND SERVES the USER from that
> > bandwidth on the server... The MASTER ONLY MAKES ONE CONNECT to the
> > RELAY mountpoint per MASTER ie:
> > Master could have 40 users on /Mount BUT the relay has only the ONE
> > CONNECTION from the MASTER.... Correct?
> This sounds like you are mixing up terms a bit, so it's not easy to
> A quick reiteration though:
> The 'main'/'origin'/'master' server will only see *one* connection per
> downstream relay node.
> Relay nodes make a HTTP request to the origin server and look just like
> any other listener client. You can most of the time tell by their User
> Agent string though.
> A relay connection can serve as many clients as it wants / is capable
> of. The origin server has zero knowledge about this.
> A decent graphical representation can be found as the second
> illustration here:
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